I'm not in agreement with the Canadian review. Our stay in Nazar was great! I think it was the friendliness of Osman, the owner, that gave it such a welcoming attraction. Osman's mum was ill (and originally was the cook) and the way he cared for her and gave back to her a little she had given to him was a real example to us in the west. We felt under no compulsion from Lilly, the Turkish rug salesperson to buy her carpers, nor, difficulty saying we were eating out that evening. The cost of the accommodation was the lowest - even Formula 1!!
I think we were overwhelmed with the hospitality of Turkey and the genuine way of wanting to help visitors.
I think one of the highlights of Nazar was having breakfast, and the evening meal, so close to historic ruins.
Great place! Great people!More